Category Archives: Pedestrians

Kill your speed – not our nannas

May 22nd was national slow down day. Despite the lockdown, road deaths are higher this year than last – 56 people have been killed to date – 30% pedestrians. As the sign says:  “Kill your speed – not our nannas”.

Posted in Community, Environment, Footpaths, Pedestrians, Roads

New Street to become pedestrian zone to facilitate social distancing

Unfortunately, social distancing is likely to be with us for the foreseeable future. Those of us who shop in Malahide village will have found that social distancing can be difficult to do when queuing outside shops, or attempting to pass … Continue reading

Posted in Community, CoronaVirus, COVID-19, Environment, Footpaths, Pedestrians, Roads, Tidy Towns, Transport

Connecting communities to amenities

It’s great to share a good news story in these challenging times! There’s now a brand new footpath connecting Ashwood Hall on the Back Road to the playground entrance at Malahide Demesne. The timing could not be better, as due … Continue reading

Posted in Community, CoronaVirus, COVID-19, Environment, Footpaths, Pedestrians, Roads, Transport